Simplicity Give the center of interest the most visual attention. Your reason for taking the picture should be clearly seen. Arrange in such a way as to complement the center of interest Complicated backgrounds will steal attention from subjects.
Rule of Thirds People’s eyes naturally go to intersecting points rather than the center of a shot. Using the rule of thirds enables a viewer to interact naturally.
Rule of Thirds and Room to Move A moving subject naturally leads the eye in the direction of motion. The space in front of a moving subject is ‘active space.’ Active space helps create balance, drama and anticipation in your shot.
Point of View Changing an angle can impact the feeling of the size of your subject. A variety of perspectives is only limited by your imagination. Different perspectives can reveal more light, shade and patterns.
Mergers A common mistake is for some background element to interfere with the composition. Often photographers focus on just the subject and become "blind" to the rest of the viewfinder. Improvement